Ramsbottom

Submitted by edpope on Tue, 16/03/2021 - 02:33

23.1.1810 call on Ramsbottom
Perhaps John Ramsbottom surgeon Paternoster-row (Holdens directory 1811)

Southworth

Submitted by edpope on Tue, 16/03/2021 - 00:29

17.1.1810 write to Southworth
There was a John Southworth bookbinder from 1780 to about 1820 at various London addresses (bbti). He was a liveryman of St Martins le Grand in 1791.and he was of 9 Ave Maria-lane in 1804 when he bound his son Edward Lazarus apprentice. His baptism 1755 his will PCC 1838. A John & Ann Southworth baptised a child at Twickenham in 1804 which might explain why Godwin wrote rather than called. In Holdens 1805 court directory there was a Mr. John Southworth of 3 London-house-yard St Paul's. A much commoner surname in Lancashire

C Ml

Submitted by edpope on Mon, 15/03/2021 - 23:35

16.1.1810 read C Ml pamphlet
Suggestion this could mean Court Martial but I haven't identified the pamphlet

Christian & Hope

Submitted by edpope on Mon, 15/03/2021 - 19:45

5.1.1810 call on Christian / 5.5.1810 write to Withers, Holt: call on Christian (Hope) / 6.5.1810 write to Withers, Holt /  7.5.1810 call on Hope, D C, w. Jo(seph) G(odwin) & T(homas) T(urner) / 8.5.1810 D C, w. T(homas) T(urner) / 9.5.1810 write to Withers, Holt / 14.5.1810 write to Withers, w. administrations

Saffory

Submitted by edpope on Mon, 15/03/2021 - 16:03

10.10.1809 write to Saffory / 24.1.1810 again / 4.4.1810 again / 30.7.1810 again / 10.11.1810 again / 4.1.1811 again / 19.1.1811 again / 28.2.1811 again / 28.3.1812 write to Saffery
Probably James Saffery bookseller Canterbury (bbti). Bankrupt 1811

Ruffigny

Submitted by edpope on Mon, 15/03/2021 - 02:18

6.12.1809 call on Ruffigny / 10.3.1810 call on Rouffigny / 21.9.1810 call on Roufigny / 24.4.1811 meet Roufigny / 26.7.1812 call on Roufigny / 12.1.1816 again / 18.2.1816 call on Roufigny (w. M(ary) J(ane))
The Abbé Francis de Rouffigny kept an academy for teaching French at 17 Castle-street Holborn from 1808 to 1821 and at other addresses before and after that. Ruffigny was also the name of a character in Godwin's novel Fleetwood (1805) said to be a portrait of Jean Jacques Rousseau.

Tisley

Submitted by edpope on Mon, 15/03/2021 - 00:35

30.11.1809 Tisley calls / 3.12.1809 again

Heseltine

Submitted by edpope on Sun, 14/03/2021 - 22:23

24.10.1809 Heseltine calls
Perhaps William Heseltine printer Hand-court Upper Thames-st (Holdens directory 1811, & bbti 1809 & 1810)

Lindsell

Submitted by edpope on Sun, 14/03/2021 - 22:07

27.11.1809 call on Lindsel
William Lindsell bookseller 87 Wimpole-st Cavendish-sq (bbti)

Jones, William

Submitted by edpope on Sun, 14/03/2021 - 22:04

25.11.1809 call, L Mayor's Ct, Jones
William Jones was one of the four attorneys of the Lord Mayor's court, which was above the Royal Exchange (Holdens directory 1811)